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From the Web: What is the Biggest Misconception People Have About Scholarly Publishing?

Ann Michael of the Scholarly Kitchen invited a discussion with various people in academic publishing. The question: What is the biggest misocpetion people have about scholar publishing? The article provides a fascinating discussion on the state of the academic publishing industry:



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Michael Mann
Eugenia M. Palmegiano

Palmegiano on Mann, 'Wiring the Nation: Telecommunication, Newspaper-Reportage, and Nation-Building in British India 1850–1930'

Michael Mann. Wiring the Nation: Telecommunication, Newspaper-Reportage, and Nation-Building in British India 1850–1930. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. xxii + 298 pp. $55.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-19-947217-8.

Reviewed by Eugenia M. Palmegiano (St. Peter's University) Published on Jhistory (November, 2018) Commissioned by Robert A. Rabe